Marianne Leitner


Research output [Back to top]

ORCID iD icon orcid.org/0000-0002-9769-893X . Publications listed on arXiv, on Inspirehep, and on Google Scholar,

Conformal Field Theories

  • Convolutions on the complex torus, (15 pages) [arXiv:1908.11815], submitted
  • The (2,5) minimal model on degenerating genus two surfaces, (22 pages) [arXiv:1801.08387], submitted
  • Rational CFTs on Riemann surfaces, (with W. Nahm), (90 pages) [arXiv:1705.07627], working paper
  • An algebraic approach to minimal models in CFTs, (30 pages) [arXiv:1705.08294], working paper
  • CFTs on Riemann Surfaces of genus $g\geq 1$, PhD thesis in Mathematics, Trinity College Dublin (2014) [pdf]
  • Virasoro correlation functions on hyperelliptic Riemann surfaces, Lett. Math. Phys. 103.7 (2013), 701-728 [arXiv:1011.1632]

The relativistic Quantum Hall Effect

  • Boundary states and edge currents for free fermions (with W. Nahm), Adv. Theor. Math. Phys. 14.3 (2010), 899-910 [arXiv:0808.1497]
  • Zero Field Hall Effect in (2+1)-dimensional QED, Adv. Theor. Math. Phys. 12.3 (2008), 475-487 [arXiv:cond-mat/0505428]
  • Looking beyond the Silicon Age (with W. Nahm), The Irish Scientist (2006), 76
  • Spontaneous Edge Currents for the Dirac Equation in Two Space Dimensions (with M. J. Gruber), Lett. Math. Phys. 75.1 (2006), 25-37 [arXiv:math-ph/0409021]
  • Geometry of the Quantum Hall Effect in QED in 2+1 dimensions, Oberwolfach reports 38 (2004), 2047-2051
  • Zero Field Hall Effect für Teilchen mit Spin 1/2, PhD thesis in Physics, ISBN 978-3-8325-0578-3, University of Augsburg (2004).
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Professional activities [Back to top]

Teaching & supervision

I enjoy teaching. I have been lecturing across a range of courses between both pure and applied mathematics, science, and theoretical physics.
Currently I am supervising the 4th year project (for BA in mathematics) of Mr Séan Breathnach, at TCD. See here for my past teaching and advising.

Reviewing

Irish Math. Soc. Bull book reviews: [No. 75 (2015), 63-70], [No. 70 (2012), 64-67].

Conference co-organisation